We are creating a method in a class library that could be called from Pega solutions, as well as .NET solutions. The goal is to be able to determine the directory where deployment files are located. With a .NET solution, that could be done with
... to get the correct folder. However, we don't want to use OpenSpan assembly references inside the our class library. Does GetDeploymentPackagePath use an underlying .NET Framework class method under the covers, in a manner of speaking?
It seems like the Deployment path and the executing assembly location are looking for two different things. This might start pointing you towards the right path, though I'm not certain what .NET is going to refer to an OpenSpan/Pega deployment as.
Thanks for the reply. I don't think this would work for us, as the class library in question is not referencing other projects.
Yes, the deployment path and the executing assembly location are definitely looking for two different things. Was hoping to gain some insight at what underlying .NET class method(s) are being used under the covers for OpenSpan's GetDeploymentPackagePath method. Maybe we could reproduce and use that code directly, even if it took several lines.